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DouglasPlus Presents “The Wholehearted” @ KDT

DouglasPlus Presents “The Wholehearted” @ KDT

Boxing is not my thing. The list of sports I am not interested in watching is pretty lengthy, and boxing is at the bottom of that list. Theater is something I love to watch, and when seated beside the boxing ring inside the Kirk Douglas Theater for the opening of "The Wholehearted" I already knew there was a twist here that would open my eyes; the boxer is a woman. Suli Holum plays Dee Crosby, [...]

Exchange Students Looking for Host Families

Exchange Students Looking for Host Families

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs (ASSE), in cooperation with your community high school, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries: Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few. ASSE students are enthusiastic and excited to experience American culture while they practice their English. They also love to share [...]

Branch Gallery Exhibits “Recycled”

Branch Gallery Exhibits “Recycled”

Branch Gallery is pleased to announce their upcoming exhibition, “RECYCLED,” featuring work by VALYA. This exhibition focuses on the idea of “being recycled,” drawing inspiration from the notion that the Universe continuously recycles cosmic dust. The works on display use leftover materials to emphasize this understanding that everything is recycled. Such mediums include: threads, [...]

CC Historical Society Book Signing – Culver City, The First Hundred Years

CC Historical Society Book Signing – Culver City, The First Hundred Years

The Culver City Historical Society Archives will be open this Sunday December 4 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. to celebrate the holidays, our city’s centennial, and the book that tells the tale. Julie Lugo Cerra, esteemed author of the newly published Culver City, California: The First Hundred Years, will be signing copies. Besides this book, there will be two "limited edition" products celebrating the [...]

Happy Beethoven’s Birthday! CCSO Concert to Celebrate Beethoven

Happy Beethoven’s Birthday! CCSO Concert to Celebrate Beethoven

 To celebrate the birth date of Ludwig van Beethoven, (December 17,1770-March 26, 1827) Culver City Symphony Orchestra presents a special All-Beethoven concert on his birthday, December 17, 2016, 8:00 pm, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue at Culver Boulevard, Culver City. The music of Beethoven remains with us, to inspire us to seek new heights through adversity. The [...]

Walk ‘N Rollers Family Ride – December 10

Walk ‘N Rollers Family Ride – December 10

Saturday, December 10 Family Ride: Lights, Camera, Action! Mark your calendar and join us for the last community ride of the year - a Sunday evening tour of homes decorated for the holidays. There will be bike decorating and prizes for the most illuminated bikes! This Holiday night ride promises to be the brightest of all our rides. Join us as we explore the most beautiful holiday lights in [...]

DouglasPlus Premieres “The Wholehearted” This Weekend

DouglasPlus Premieres “The Wholehearted” This Weekend

 Photo by Kate Freer. Stein/Holum Projects’ engrossing one-woman show “The Wholehearted” previews this Friday, December 2 and opens Saturday, December 3 at 8 p.m. at Center Theatre Group’s Kirk Douglas Theatre as part of DouglasPlus. Written and co-directed by Deborah Stein and performed and co-directed by Suli Holum, the world premiere production is produced in association with La [...]

CCFOL to Host Annual Snowless Snow Party

CCFOL to Host Annual Snowless Snow Party

The Culver City Julian Dixon Library will be the scene for the annual Snowless Snow Party on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. Enjoy free arts and craft stations, make a tubesock snowman,  stir up  your own “Snowman Soup”! Enjoy the pop-in book sale, the knitted items for sale, and lots more fun activities! At the Culver City Julian Dixon Library, 4975 Overland Avenue, [...]

Locals Brave the Chill to Train with Professional Runners for Screenland 5K

Locals Brave the Chill to Train with Professional Runners for Screenland 5K

Braving the winter chill, wind, rain and holiday shopping fatigue, 45 walkers and runners, ages seven to 70 participated in the first of weekly Sunday training sessions for the Screenland 5K event at the Culver City High School track.  Led by local professional trainer and triathlete Kirsten Bell and New York Marathon champion Rod Dixon, runners at all levels took the first foot forward to [...]

A Recurring Nghtmare – AVPA Dance Concert Rescheduled for Dec. 3 & 4

A Recurring Nghtmare – AVPA Dance Concert Rescheduled for Dec. 3 & 4

It was a dark and stormy afternoon; so much so the the Danger Zone Dance Company had to cancel it's second day of site-specific performance. It was just too wet. Now that the campus has had a chance to dry off, missed performances will be happening this weekend on Sunday "A Walking Nightmare" will be presented December 4 at 3 pm  and again at 4 pm. Audience guests will meet at the main entrance [...]

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